Corded Ware in Scandinavia and at the tip of Southern Finland has no evidence of language used, afaik there is no evidence of any IE language.
So unless you think proto-Uralic originated in Finland (highly unlikely) and that the proto-Uralic peoples were very closely related with the proto-Indo-Europeans, I think you and Põhjamaalane should stop being ignorant, start making sense and accept the damn facts: These are only general and quite hypothetical models to suggest how the Indo-European languages may have expanded.
We may conclude this section by laying to rest one fallacy that has often appeared in the past.
Or maybe Indo-Hittite separated from proto-Indo-European before the lactose tolerance genotype? No moron, lots of IE-speakers are language shifters too.
The most important reason why you Finns are language shifters is that aside from Y-DNA N1c and some minor Mongoloid admixture, you are basically genetically identical to Russians, and other north Europeans.
This suggested that the Indo-Europeans, or Aryans, having ascended the scale of linguistic evolution to its summit, spoke a more ‘advanced’ language than their neighbours. Mallory, In search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology and Myth, ISBN 050005052X, p. Everyone is a language shifter, if we take a time frame long enough.
Canon Isaac Taylor, for example, once proposed the notion that the Indo-Europeans were essentially ‘an improved race of Finns’. Finns are not genetically identical to Russians, it would be more appropriate to say, that Russians have Finnic admixture.
There is also no reason to write of superiority of Indo-Europeans, it clearly has no valid arguements for backup.
Baltic people are not Slavs or IE to a large extent and have not been. In your earlier post you mentioned, that Lithuanians ‘could’ have been N1c 10%. You mentioned, that Finns speak again IE languages in the form of Swedish and English.
Your rant, that ‘Scandinavians are unmodified Poles’ is as weird.
I have not seen Põhjamaalane make any more ignorant or unscientific claims than R1a and IE enthusiasts on this forum on daily basis. Clearly FU speakers still exist in Baltia as well as all over Russia despite of the state governed oppression (I would not call that IE, but uncivilized) and in the Volga area.
On 23andme's plots we are not close; some Eastern Finns are, but other Finns are much closer Norwegians and Swedes.